Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Rook Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's
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Rook Sleeping Bag: 30F Down - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Rook 30 Degree Down Sleeping Bag is cut specifically for the ladies and with added insulation, providing lofty warmth in a lightweight package that's ready for late spring or early fall outings. Featuring efficient mummy shaping and filled with down insulation, this bag packs down well for longer trips into the backcountry, and includes a compression sack for simplifying storage. A down-filled face gasket at the hood blocks the chill of drafts on colder nights, while a two-way zipper lets you cool off when the morning sun starts to warm up your tent.

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SKU: MHW01D4
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